Passed away peacefully at Italian Village Fremantle on 12.9.2020 aged 94 years, formerly of Cannington.
Born Castel Umberto Sicily on 5.4.1926.
Daughter of Rosario and Teresa (both dec). Loving and devoted wife of Leone (dec). Loving and caring mother of Leone, Maria and Salvatore. Respected mother-in-law of Marisa and Charlie. Much loved Nonna of 13 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.
Loved sister of Peppino, Vincenzo, Rosina (all dec) and Carmelo.
Gone are the happy days we all shared together. In God's care you rest above.
Thank you to the wonderful staff at the Italian Village Fremantle and Dr Jayaraman for the love and care you gave our mother, grandmother and great grandmother.
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In loving memory of the most amazing and wonderful mother.
Your love, strength and foresight helped shape our lives. God saw you getting weary and a cure not to be so He put His arms around you and said "come in peace with Me".
At last your pain is over but ours has just begun but the memories of you will live on forever.
Your loving son Salvatore and Linda. Dearest nonna, there is a face we will always remember, a voice we will always recall. The love you gave, the way you cared these memories we will cherish forever of one we loved and will never forget. Love you always, Amy, Marco and Maxton Gama.
Dear nonna, our hearts are filled with sorrow now that you have left us. I will always treasure our Friday night dinners, the endless stories, the way you would say my name and all the times we shared together. Your smile would always brighten up our day.
Forever in our hearts and memories. Love you always, Jonathon, Renae and Orlando Pullella.
In loving memory of a wonderful mother, mother- in-law, nonna and Bisnonna. Thank you for always being there, your generosity, your love of family and great passion for cooking. Your sense of fun and your incredible strength will always be remembered.
Loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.
Rest now Mum with Dad in eternal peace. Your loving son Leone and daughter-in-law Marisa.
To our amazing nonna, thank you for all the wonderful times and memories. We love you and miss you so much.
Matthew, Elyse, Antony, Deana, Lucas, Rebecca;
Bisnonna to Valentina, Gabriel and Ivy x o x o.
In loving memory of our beloved mother and mother-in-law. God blessed us with a wonderful mother.
The love you gave and the way you cared.
Rest peacefully Mum. Love always daughter Maria and son-in-law Charlie Giglia.
Nonna and Nonnina, just as you were, you will always be a beautiful part of our memory.
Love Nunzio, Karinda and Zaylee.
Nonna and Nonnina, the love we shared is ours to keep. Love Maree and Levi
In loving memory of Zia Vincenza. Loving Sister and Sister-in-law of Vincenzo and Modesta Scurria (both dec) and Zia to Linda. Zia you will forever be in my heart. Now you are together with Zio, Mum and Dad.
Heaven has another Angel. To my dear cousins Maria, Leo, Sam and Families, my most heartfelt sympathy to you all on the very sad loss of your beautiful Mum. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Love Linda Scurria
Heartfelt sympathy to our cousins Leo, Maria, Sam and families. Treasured memories of our dear Zia, may she rest in peace. Rino, Rosanna, Isabella and Nadia Scurria
Sincere condolences to cousins Maria and Charlie and all respective families on the sad loss of your beloved one. May she RIP. Charlie and Maria Giglia.
PULLELLA VINCENZA Deepest Sympathies to Maria, Charlie, Nunzio, Karinda, Maree and Levi at this sad time. Sam, Leo and Families our thoughts are with you. Joe, Vanessa and Robert Giglia.
Deepest sympathy to Maria, Charlie and family on the sad passing of your dearest loved one. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Carmela Scurria